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Vicar of Dibley fans fuming as BBC slap 'offensive language' warning on classic episodes

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BBC comedy The Vicar of Dibley have criticised the broadcaster for putting warning labels on their episodes due to offensive language.When watching the show on BBC iPlayer, viewers are informed that the show, which stars Dawn French as Vicar Geraldine Grander, "contains discriminatory language".While many modern-day shows now display content warnings for offensive language, sexual assault, or self-harm, fans were displeased that the sitcom, which originally aired between 1994 and 2000, was including it retroactively.One fan said: "I can't begin to imagine what's remotely offensive about it.

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